While it’s no secret, consistency is key to producing a quality cannabis crop with the maximum yield possible, maintaining consistency can be challenging as the business grows.

Last week, during the Seed to Sale show in Denver, urban-gro received the Excellence in Technology award for their high-density, sense and control technology called Soleil – a data collection marvel in the future agricultural technology which aims to eliminate human error and create unprecedented consistency in grow rooms regardless of size.

“People make errors… leave doors open, prune the wrong plants, move the wrong clones,” Urban-Gro’s CFO, Bob Pullar, told CannabisTech, “We call this the human effect.”

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Kristina Etter ~ CannabisTech.com via 420Intel.com

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